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The regulatory impact of Japan's Fukushima crisis extends far past the island nation's shores, says a U.S. report issued on the disaster's third anniversary.
A senior U.N. disarmament official says Syria likely will meet a mid-April timeline for surrendering all its chemical arms, barring any surprises.
After the administration spied on Americans and lied to Congress, Feinstein's bombshell now raises even more questions about its activities.
The Senate Intelligence Committee leader accused the CIA of interfering with its investigation into the agency's old interrogation programs.
But, unlike a proposal from Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand, it doesn't take away a commander's ability to decide if a sexual-assault case should be prosecuted.
The president's nominee to be the Defense Department's policy chief says no.
Two Republican senators charge they were misled by a senior Pentagon nominee over the handling of a reported arms-treaty breach by Russia.
Destroying Syria's chemical weapons by a June deadline was the focus of a White House meeting with the disarmament effort's international overseer.